‘I identify as a truck, so I am a truck’: Drunk man makes ‘vroom, vroom’ noises into the speaker at a McDonald’s drive-thru in hilarious attempt to get served
- Kevin OHara, 32, tried to order a Big Mac at the store in Leven, Fife, on April 23
- He ‘doesn’t blame’ the worker for rejecting him, but thinks he deserved ‘an Oscar’
- The clip went viral with more than 300,000 views and 25,000 likes on TikTok
This is the hilarious moment a drunk man made ‘vroom vroom’ noises and said he ‘identified as a truck’ as he tried to get served at a McDonald’s drive-thru.
Kevin OHara, 32, refused to give in when he realised the store in Leven, Fife, was closed for walk-ins after he’d enjoyed a night out on April 23.
The video shows slurring Kevin join the queue and try to order a Big Mac through the drive-thru speaker before a worker asked him to leave as he ‘has to be in a car’ to be served.
Kevin OHara, 32, refused to give in when he realised the store in Leven, Fife, was closed for walk-ins after he’d enjoyed a night out on April 23
He then lets out revving sounds and claims he’s in a ‘pretend’ car, but an unamused staff member says they ‘don’t accept pretend cars’.
Drunken Kevin then changes tactics and hilariously reveals he ‘identifies as a truck’, but the surprisingly calm worker replies ‘identify as whatever you want, but you’re not in a vehicle’.
The joiner’s repeated ramblings are ignored for the rest of the video and he was left hungry for the 90-minute stumble home.
The dad-of-one shared the footage in a friends’ group chat before heading to bed at around 3am.
The clip has since gone viral with more than 300,000 views on TikTok and Kevin says he doesn’t regret his tequila-fuelled antics at all.
Kevin also ‘doesn’t blame’ the worker for rejecting him, but he does think he deserved ‘some food and an Oscar’ for his ‘theatrical efforts’.
The dad-of-one shared the footage in a friends’ group chat before heading to bed at around 3am (store in Fife pictured)
The video shows slurring Kevin join the queue and try to order a Big Mac through the drive-thru speaker before a worker asked him to leave as he ‘has to be in a car’ to be served
He said: ‘When I was making the car noises I was just thinking “how can I convince this guy to give me a Big Mac?”. I was hungry. I had to convince him I was a truck.
‘In this day and age, with people saying they’re identifying as something they may or may not be, I thought “if I can tell this guy I’m a truck then maybe he’ll serve me”.
‘I was out watching the Tyson Fury fight, then we went to a nightclub and a client of mine kept buying me tequilas and I don’t normally drink that.
‘Sometimes it’s hard to get between a drunken person and food on the way home. I just gave their door a rattle, realised it was closed, then thought “how can I get served?”.
‘It didn’t go to plan. I don’t blame [the member of staff], but if you’d have asked me on the night I was blaming him.
‘He was only doing his job, but it was quiet and there was nobody there so he would have spent less time giving me a burger than he spent arguing about it.
‘There’s a big thing in my industry about health and safety being “as far as reasonably practical”, and there was nobody there so I didn’t see a reason why he couldn’t serve me.
Kevin (pictured) also ‘doesn’t blame’ the worker for rejecting him, but he does think he deserved ‘some food and an Oscar’ for his ‘theatrical efforts’
‘I think he should have just come out and given me the food for my theatrical effort.
‘He should have come out with a Big Mac and an Oscar. I’m surprised he didn’t bring out Will Smith to give me a slap.
‘I didn’t expect the video to go on social media, but I’m glad it’s made people smile. People have messaged to say they’d been cheered up by it after a bad day.’
Kevin admits wife Lisa OHara, 38, was left embarrassed by the footage, which was shot on the night of her birthday party.
His friend’s TikTok post has been liked more than 25,000 times and users were left in stitches at the bold attempt to be served – with some agreeing McDonald’s should have just served him.
Towards the end of the video, another driver arrives at the drive-thru as Kevin asks him to order for him
One user joked: ‘The worker doesn’t get paid enough to deal with this.’
Another agreed with Kevin and said: ‘At this point would it not just be safer and quicker to serve him than try to convince him to leave.’
Another simply added: ‘That’s brilliant.’
Kevin insists he isn’t embarrassed to return to his local McDonald’s on Friday, but he’ll make sure he takes his real van next time.
McDonald’s have been contacted for comment.
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